In 12th grade, one of my older sisters was able to get me a job as an office clerk for $10 an hour. The first day I got there, I got a donut since someone bought donuts for everyone in the office. The work was easy. I just had to organize files and take care of random tasks that popped up. Everyone in the office was nice to me, and my hours were flexible.
Getting ahead over the summer is great, but it’s easy to lose focus while taking an online summer class. For some, taking online classes during a regular semester is too much. Being aimed with great ways to stay productive, motivation, and good internet is essential.
“Hey, do you want to learn how to build your credit score,” I yelled across the street. It was April. I was drenched in sweat and was standing next to my table at the Alumni Walk on campus. A student stopped and headed toward my table. I then proceeded to tell her what makes up her credit score and what can help her credit score.
We all have heard that you should study a few weeks before your final exams, so you won’t be stressed out. How many of us follow this advice? Sometimes, I do, but for other classes, I keep procrastinating when it comes to studying.
As I have mentioned previously, I’m a commuter student. Although there are many advantages that come with being a commuter student, it also forced me to confront my idea of what I thought my college experience would be like. One of my biggest worries I’ve constantly thought about was how I was going to be independent if I’m just living at home. Now, I realize that if you want to grow, you don’t need to leave home, you just need to be ready to step out of your comfort zone and keep going!